- Primary teachers: Gedeon Dienes | Márk Fenyves
- Began studying Duncan dance: 1994 (Unassigned)
- Areas of expertise: Performer, Teacher, Repertory Coach, Choreographer, Historian
- Location: Budapest - Hungary (Europe)
- Address: Magyar Mozdulatművészeti Társulat | (Hungarian art of Movement Company) Tagló u 11-13. (a kemikál telepen) Budapest - Hungary H-1097
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
PÁLOSI István (1971)
(also student of DIENES Gedeon (1914-2005) - who was a student of Raymond Duncan 1921-1922, and DIENES Valéria)
Director of MAGYAR MOZDULATMŰVÉSZETI TÁRSULAT
Artist of art of movement, choreographer, teacher, organizer
Studied at the Hungarian Dance Academy (State Ballet Institute) (1982-1991), then won MAPA scholarship in Berlin (1995), student of the Folkwang University of the Arts (1997-1998, professors: Jean CEBRON, Malou AIRAUDO, PALLAI Ágnes), and of the Hungarian Dance Academy - modern dance pedagogy BA - (2001-2005), - modern dance pedagogy MA - (2015).
From 1995 studied modern dance from LŐRINC Katalin, GÁLIK Éva, HARGITAI Ákos; Orkesztika from TATAI Mária and FENYVES Márk; art of movement from BERCZIK Sára, E. KOVÁCS Éva, KÁRMÁN Judit, SZÖLLŐSI Ágnes, Dr. DIENES Gedeon.
Since 1992 he has been teaching ballet and art of movement in Hungary and abroad as well (Moscow, Warsaw, Prague etc.). Between 2011-2013 ballet master in Miskolc (Protestant Artistic High School), teaching classical ballet, pas de deux, ballet theory and art of movement. 2012-2014 art of movement teacher at Berczik Sára - Budai Táncklub (dance studio).
He started his career as a dancer in the children group at Vasas Táncegyüttes (1979, folk dance group), then he was a child soloist at the State Ballet. Between 1994-1995 he is a dancer of the Orkesztika Mozdulatszínház. To protect and develop the Hungarian art of movement he founded Duncan-Dienes Orkesztika School (1997), MOHA - Mozdulatművészek Háza (1997, House of Art of Movement, earlier Art of Movement Studio), Magyar Mozdulatművészeti Társulat (1995) with FENYVES Márk. He is the program-manager at the Orkesztika Alapítvány (Foundation) since 1999, and the director of the SzólóDuó International Dance Festival.